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Medicare 2014 Open Enrollment Is October 15 – December 7

Medicare’s 2014 Open Enrollment period through December 7 is when Medicare patients can review or change their health and prescription drug plan coverage options. Continue reading

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Obamacare Insurance Exchanges Launch Today

The Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges launch today. Here is what you need to know about the insurance mandate, exchanges and subsidies. Continue reading

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The Affordable Care Act Explained

The Affordable Care Act Explained by the team at Patient Navigator LLC. Topics include patient protections, insurance mandates and exchanges, Medicare and Medicaid. Take time to become an informed healthcare consumer. Continue reading

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Health Care Reform Changes in 2013

There are some notable health care reform changes in 2013 that may affect you. Here’s what to expect this year. Continue reading

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The Cancer Genome Atlas Project

Scientists have mapped specific genes that turn normal healthy cells into cancerous cells through The Cancer Genome Atlas Project (TCGA). Researchers have now developed a more reliable scientific method to identify these genes. As this research is shared around the world, more accessible and effective cancer treatment options are being discovered. The ultimate goal of the TCGA is to create a catalogue of these “defective” genes, thereby offering increased detection, and ultimately, better prevention and treatment of cancer.
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National Association of Healthcare Advocacy Consultants – Present at the Creation

The National Association of Healthcare Advocacy Consultants sets professional goals and provides a clear voice and reasoned opinions on health care policy matters. Continue reading

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Ask a Navigator – Help is Here

Do you have a quick health care, medical, cancer care, chronic disease, caregiving, elder care or administrative or integrative care question you would like answered?  Have you been getting lost in the medical information maze on the Internet?  You don’t have to … Continue reading

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Health Care Reform – Why Am I Worried?

I wish I could feel otherwise, but I have a growing sense of unease that what the Congress is concoting on health care will not begin to make the systemic changes that are needed so that we can become a … Continue reading

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Swine Flu – Government is prepared

As some readers may know, I was a diplomat for 24 years with the Department of State before starting my Patient Navigator business.  I retired from Federal service on December 31, 2008.  One thing I can safely say:  your Federal Government … Continue reading

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President Obama is right on health care reform

If we can pay for endless corporate bailouts, we can pay for health care reform. Continue reading

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